New Performing Arts and Learning Centre at Glenmore Park High School
Hundreds of Glenmore Park families will benefit from the NSW Liberals and Nationals Government’s record investment in education, with a major upgrade to deliver a new Performing Arts and Learning Centre at Glenmore Park High School announced.
Member for Mulgoa Tanya Davies said that planning will soon begin for the new facility to benefit the schools linked with the Glenmore Park Learning Alliance (GPLA) and the wider Glenmore Park community.
Tanya Davies said she was thrilled to announce the project which has been the vision of the principal and local school community for a number of years.
“The Performing Arts Centre will not only support students of Glenmore Park High School, it will also be a shared facility available to other local schools across the region and a place for all the community of Glenmore Park to use and enjoy” Tanya Davies said.
“Only the NSW Liberals and Nationals Government can be trusted to ensure that new and upgraded local schools and improved facilities are delivered for NSW families”.
Glenmore Park High School P&C President, Rebecca Marshall has been advocating for a Performing Arts Centre for the Glenmore Park community for a number of years.
“From the start, Tanya has supported our vision and we have been working closely to secure funding for this innovative project. We are thrilled with the announcement” Rebecca Marshall said.
“We have created strong connections with our wider community, including 7 partner primary schools (GPLA), Western Sydney University (WSU), our local Aboriginal Education Group, Penrith high schools (PEA) and local businesses to develop and share this great facility with them”.
“This performance arts and learning space will benefit all the students in our local schools as well as the community. A venue to showcase talent, to develop broader skills and to raise expectations and improve student learning outcomes and opportunities”.
The new Performing Arts Centre at Glenmore Park High School will benefit the Glenmore Park Learning Alliance schools, including Regentville, Surveyors Creek, Glenmore Park, Wallacia, Mulgoa, Warragamba, and Luddenham Public Schools.
Education Minister Rob Stokes said the project is another example of the NSW Government delivering the school resources local students and their families deserve.
“We are building new and upgraded schools across NSW to strengthen our world-class education system, so our children are ready for the jobs of the future” Mr Stokes said.